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[Webinar Series] Communicating Human Rights and Social Change: A Dialogue Series Among Funders
Please join us for the first installment of a webinar series on Communicating Human Rights and Social Change: A Dialogue Series Among Funders, an initiative of the Communicating Human Rights and Social Change community co-sponsored by HRFN and Ariadne. This webinar dialogue series is co-sponsored by the Open Society Foundations and Global Dialogue.

Dialogue 1 – A Brilliant Way of Living Our Lives: Shifting the narrative on human rights to engage our base and persuade the middle with Anat Shenker-Osorio

About the Dialogue Series: After this introductory webinar dialogue episode in July, we will resume subsequent episodes in the fall. The dialogue series will explore how grant-makers and other narrative change practitioners, working in a variety of sectors on various issue areas, have experimented with different effective strategic communications infrastructures to communicate and disseminate messages that drive change. Drawing on real-world examples – ranging from communications hubs, evidence-based messaging campaigns, collaborative grantmaking programs, issue-based coalitions, and more.

Stay tuned for more information on speakers, dates, and registration information for the continued dialogue in the fall. In the meantime, check-out the list of resources below.

Jul 25, 2019 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Anat Shenker-Osorio
Founder and Principal @ASO Communications
Anat examines why certain messages falter where others deliver. She’s led research for new messaging on issues ranging from freedom to join together in union to clean energy and from immigrant rights to reforming criminal justice. Anat’s original approach through priming experiments, task-based testing and online dial surveys has led to progressive electoral and policy victories across the globe. Her research and reports include a messaging brief for Open Society Foundations – A Brilliant Way of Living Our Lives: How to Talk About Human Rights.